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Kashi introduces new fruity cereal products

BY Allison Cerra

LA JOLLA, Calif. — Kashi announced the launch of its Berry Blossoms cereal and cherry-vanilla cereal bars.

The company said its Berry Blossoms cereal features pillow-shaped graham cereal squares made with seven whole grains and tossed with a tasty blend of real fruit, including strawberries, blackberries and blueberries.

Kashi’s cherry-vanilla cereal bars join its TLC line of products and are made with a filling of sweet red-ruby cherries and rich Madagascan vanilla beans that are baked right into the soft-baked dough and contain 11 g of whole grains.

Kashi Berry Blossoms cereal and Kashi TLC cherry-vanilla cereal bars now are available at grocers and natural food retailers nationwide for a suggested retail price of $3.59 and $3.89, respectively.

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Beanfields chips hit store shelves this spring

BY Allison Cerra

LOS ANGELES — A new line of chips made from beans and rice is slated to hit stores nationwide this spring.

Beanfields said its bean and rice chips will be available in four varieties, including naturally unsalted, sea salt, sea salt and pepper, and pico de gallo. The corn- and gluten-free chips tout twice as much protein and fiber as most tortilla, corn or potato chips, according to the company.

Beanfields bean and rice chips will be available in 6-oz. bags for a price ranging from $2.99 to $3.99.

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Stop Bugging Me! addresses bed bug issues

BY Allison Cerra

MASHPEE, Mass. — Amid reports of a nationwide bed bug outbreak, a new pesticide-free solution has hit the market.

Stop Bugging Me!, a natural bed bug treatment designed for at-home and commercial use, can be sprayed directly onto any detergent-safe upholstery, including bedding, linens and clothing, killing bed bugs and their eggs. Stop Bugging Me! includes such natural, active ingredients as 2-phenethyl propionate (a natural insecticide), eugenol, sodium lauryl sulfate, geraniol and cinnamon oil with aromatic bark.

In line with its product launch, Rocasuba, the maker of Stop Bugging Me!, has rolled out a marketing campaign that includes a billboard in New York’s Times Square, as well as a new website, StopBuggingMe.com, which features the latest bed bug research, a competitive product analysis, frequently asked questions and an online store.

Stop Bugging Me! is available in a 3-oz. travel-size spray for $7.99 and a 12-oz. spray for $19.99.

For commercial use, Stop Bugging Me! is available in the following sizes:

  • 32-oz. size for $14.75;

  • 64-oz. size for $26.25;

  • 128-oz. size for $46;

  • 5 gal. for $200; and

  • 55 gal. for $2,000.

Also available for at-home, commercial and industrial use is Stop Bugging Me!-MAX, a water-based insecticide that kills bed bugs and their eggs on contact and provides residual pest-killing power for up to three months. The nonflammable, nonaerosol and odor-free formula now is available in 32-oz., 1-gal., 5-gal. and 55-gal. sizes. Additionally, Rocasuba said it also is gearing up to launch Stop Bugging Me! laundry additive, naturally derived and formulated to safely and effectively kill bed bugs and dust mites in bedding and washable clothing.

Stop Bugging Me! products currently are available online and at CVS/pharmacy and Walgreens, with additional drug, mass and grocery retailers to be announced.

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F.Ramirez says:
Aug-21-2013 02:03 am

Your day isn't that good. You had a horrifying nightmare the night before. You peed in your bed. You're already late on your appointment. What an awful morning! This could be you though. Then, your right arm starts to get itchy. You hunt for the spot and relieved yourself by scratching. The next minute, your left knee itches, then there's another spot in your navel, your right elbow, your back, your butt. Oh my God! Your whole body is itching! http://www.bed-bugs.net/Bed-Bug-Killer/

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Feb-21-2012 10:44 am

Without a doubt bed bugs are the most difficult to kill pests, they caused me a lot of trouble before finally having them removed from my home. My salvation was terminixpestcontroloffers.com, nothing I used before that helped much... I remember being so desperate that I almost moved put of my house!

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